Everything was better in America : print culture in the Great Depression /
As a counterpart to research on the 1930s that has focused on liberal and radical writers calling for social revolution, Welky offers this study of how mainstream culture shaped and disseminated a message affirming conservative middle-class values and assuring its readers that holding to these value...
University of Illinois Press,
|Series:||History of communication.
|Online Access:||Online version|
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